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Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Trump makes waves

The election of the president of the United States Donald Trump has caused serious turmoil in peoples' minds, like ripples from a stone thrown.

Who has "moved" Trump?

Some commentators when talking about the election for the presidency of Donald Trump, claim that the candidate won the elections against the wishes of the American establishment, contrary to the sentiment of Wall Street, which betted on Clinton, in spite of the propaganda of the central mass media, etc. This view is incorrect. Hillary Clinton herself blamed her defeat on FBI Director James Comey, who shortly before the voting day opened up an investigation of her mail correspondence. In her opinion, this scandalous fact persuaded voters sympathies over to the opposing party.

You may also recall that during the election campaign on the Internet appeared "leaks" against Clinton, which showed that her Foundation collaborated with the Islamists, received money from the state of Qatar, etc.

Thus, we see that a part of the American establishment, part of the security forces in the face of the FBI management bet on Trump winning, and therefore we can speak of a "split of elites" in the United States.

Plans of Trump: whether or not they will be implemented?

Inside the United States Trump promises to carry out right-wing policies of protectionism, but in the international arena, he spoke of the need to moderate U.S. aggressive foreign policy, explaining that down to lack of resources in America. This statement has been compared with a return to the "isolationist" policy espoused by the States before World War II. Such a comparison is, of course, a gross exaggeration, but if Trump really limits the aggressiveness of American States on the world stage, it will definitely be on the side of the forces of progress on all continents.

However, on this occasion it is too early to applaud and to sound the trumpets. American presidents' words often differ with deeds. George W. Bush in the election of its president also spoke about the desire to reduce foreign expansion in comparison with the times of the presidency of Democrat Bill Clinton. But then what broke out in September 11, 2001, and began: Afghanistan, Iraq ... US military interventionist activity only increased sharply.

Plans for US presidents in relation to internal policies, too, have not always been implemented. So, Bill Clinton, going to the polls, promised voters to reform the health care system, to make it more accessible to ordinary Americans. However, it was his desire that encountered the opposition of vested interests and was not satisfied. Similarly, the US Congress has announced the abolition of health care reform, conceived by Barack Obama ("Obamacare").

New conditions for the Russian opposition

If Trump still implements his promise to less to interfere in the affairs of other countries (and engage in internal affairs more), it will allow people to breathe more easily, including and the Russian Left Opposition. First, the opposition is now fighting against the Putin regime, and do not have to fend off accusations of "working for the external enemies." Secondly, as to weaken the threat of the United States in immediate intervention in Russian affairs (in the case of an exacerbation), the opposition will be able to resolutely fight against the political regime ruling in Russia, without fear that "rocking the boat" will really be playing into the hands of an "external foe"

Perestroika among Russian liberals

Most interesting is the metamorphosis of awaiting Russian liberals. Firstly, they are already experiencing a crisis of their ideology. During the presidency of Obama, they were accustomed to the fact that the word "America", "Obama", "democracy", "globalism" - are synonymous. Now they have to wake up and realize that America is different, and its course of development does not always meet the aspirations of the Russian liberal.

Secondly, under the presidency of the Democratic Party in the US, huge amounts of money were sent to support a variety of "non-governmental organizations" in various countries, forming their "pro-American little movements" Russian liberals have also been feeding from this trough. Republicans, unlike Democrats are spending money on foreign affairs more sparingly. Therefore, we should expect a reduction of financial streams into the pockets of Russian liberals.

The sharp decrease in funding will force the Liberals to evolve. Some of them like prodigal sons, have surrendered their heads back into the fold of the Putin regime and will be satisfied with the meetings in some kind of "advisory boards". Another part of the Liberals, the one most fiercely hating Putin and his system will be forced to look for allies in Russia, including in the left movement. Over time, the situation will resemble the situation since "March of Dissent", when radical liberals Kasparov collaborated with the "Another Russia" and the Vanguard of Red Youth. For the sake of finding new allies, these liberals will moderate their anti-communist, anti-Soviet and anti-Stalinist rhetoric.

Dar Vetrov


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